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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1909)
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 19C9
HIXTS FOR STOCK OWN'EltS.
A man-with only one'eow or one
sneep should care for that, one
that it has plenty of fresh 'water and
good feed as if he had a hundred
i here s where the honest pennies
' Plus will take good care nf tlinnv
selves If provided with the means of
aomp it. ".- " :t
if it :
As a rule-hoes that will wefeh 250
pounds are most In demand in the
market. When heavier there will he
some fault found.
There are many breeds of hogs
ana an nave tneir partisans; but any
hog Is a sood hoe that will keen on
Kruwmg inio money every day. How
ever, do- breed will do this without
iiiiwjigtait curd. r. i i.
A 'blanket is to a horse what tin
overcoat ts to 'a man. .Ho needs it
wnen nor, in active TvorK.
It Is hest tn turn roltn In Ihn ntinn
j'-iuuiri n u miian ncm uvttl MIC QUtUlV
.i, IUI CMIUEU-
One great reason, why we have to
usenieaicme ror Bic-ir norses is that
we no not use good sense In feeding
V4M4IIQ IUI UICUI. ' -
If you do pot want your horses
to iook like buffaloes next snriuer.
you must keep UBlng the curry comb
luuusinuumy una inorougniy every
Go down to the barn every night
after supper and see that everything
wan ngnt witirtne stock.
Better sell half the setock and give
all of the feed to what remains' than
to1 stint the whole herd.
How many thom ands -of dollars
are farmers going to lose during the
coming wip.ten by- letting the stock
run down. ,
Give the man who Is Inclined to
smoke In the barn a kindly invitation
to' do his smoking elsewhere. In half
fcn hour one spark can undo the Work
The windward side of the fodder
ttack Is a poor place to fatten sheep.
If the most profit Is to be realized,
lambs should be well finished before
Protect sheep from the cold rains.
The-Adefce -will hold1 a -large amount
of rrtor, 'and' It' takes a' long time to
dry. :- - - -
To sell a half fat lamb is to lose
finished and therby reaped the bigger
fjroflt. i -
-ARE COMUfG. .
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V. of O. Glee and Mandolin Club to
The University of Oregon Glee and
Mandolin Club- have engaged the.
Armory" for -the' evening jf Monday,
December 20, and upon that date
will entertain the amusement loving
public in this vicinity with an enter
tainment strictly up-to-date.- It 1 has
been"ovr three years since this or-:
Sanitation visited Roseburg. Tile Eu
gene Register Ms the' following to
say relative to the 'Glee and Mando
lin Club which makes Its appearance
on me 'date above mentioned. I t .
i VThe-club'tMs year is'in every way
up to-the standard of former years,
and the boys boast of a well selected
bunch 'of songs, ' ranging from the
difficult "Hark Ye Trumpets," ar
ranged by Dudley Buck for glee club
rendition, to the catchy popular mus-
Ic'of the day. 'Prof. Glen'hus picked
the best balanced Club In years, and
two months'- dally grind has rounded
out tbe-'weaker-spots-in' the agrega-
tlon. The Mandolin Club will be
heard-'In several ' popular-numbers,
and will undoubtedly be a decided
The personnel of the Glee Club
tnis year Is as folows: Tenors, Burke,
leader; Gabrielson, Mallet and Story
second tenors; Towell, Downs', Cur
tis' and Kolfe baritones;- Davidson,
Martin," Frazer and .Gelsler.' basses;
Robinson, Varzee, Welch and Vaw
ter, Melyln Ogden, accompanist;-:-1.
M. Glen;- director.
IRON BEDS- FOR BIG AND LITTLE
We have just received the swellest
line, or iron beds ever brought -to
Roseburg. Prices are $3.00,'- $3.60,
14.25, 15.00, 16.50. 17.00. 18.50,
10.60 and up to 25.00. S -
Say did you see those Iron beds
at $2.00, $2.75 and $3.26?
Buy an up to date doll cab for
that little girl; nothing else will
please her half as much. '" ' ;
The finest line of - rockers ever
shown In Roseburg are on our floori
Take a Idok at them and be convinc
ed ox our statement. i -
B.-'-W. ' STRONG,
Tbe furniture Man, .
, - Roseburg, Oregon.
I. O.'O. F. SOtflAI
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A box social will be given In the
I. O. O. Kv'Hall at -Looking Glass the
evening 'of ' December -16, 1909, at
7:30 o'clock, w., ' -v(
Rev. Wt-'H. Eaton will deliver an
address on lOddfellowship; special
music wilT be' B'feacure-Dr- the soclul:
Prizes will ba awarded- to -the two
most popular -ladies,-and to the Rent-
leman who payB -highest price for --a
norv The public iB-'mvited. .. d-15
. Our hot drinks will warm you up," and. none better
' can be, niade for the palate. ' w
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THOMAS VALENTIiJE PURCELL
To delightful program entirely free
from "dullness and ' consting of
Lady Qiurtetts, Violin and Vocal
'Solos, Mandolin and Guitar Club,
Comic and Serious Readings, Etc
A musical entertainment that is en
joyable alike to the.' musician and
the masses. Price 75c and 50c.
Don't miss thistreat. . '''
Tickets on sale at Lenox A Ott'a
CliJB I LM)Y QUARTETTE
Assisted by the famous entertainer
and 1 he' celebrated1 young A nieVicarf
'"Violin and mandolin virtuoso
The Roseburg Pharmacy
' take a delight in serviner our natrons with
f. "the best lherer is !n the line of drues. Purity
" Ti is bur motto. Promptness 'both- day and
uig.4 is wuai.tpums at our pnarmacy. 1 " , v-
Full lirte of nfldries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
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L 1L KR0HN, Manager
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-- .f-..i"v I- 'tit' ,.
Agent for Snell
Wate Filers. 7 J"'
Removes all -im-
parities. " " Rosebarg - - Oregon
Flour has nearly doubled ih priced
"i:ot-jifc tan -r.'il-;.;t-ii .1 Tfc , javiaz. v T 0; v.-a ,..
,..,, Weasel! zz, , , ,'.
B i A D
at th saine prices an jt is te
' best Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and ptlu lflc )?f -dozen.
Pies 10c each. ' Our
caKes are the best.